Although just 28 years old, Geordie Ross has been performing stand-up since he was smuggled into his local comedy club at the age of 15. Licensing laws meant that immediately after his slot he had to leave through the kitchen - but he has never looked back.
In the years since, Ross has become known as a truly exciting and genuinely original performer and has received huge critical acclaim. He is a former Perrier Award nominee and a Time Out award winner for best live stand-up and has won a shed load of other prestigious awards and nominations.
Throughout his career Ross has concentrated on playing live, relentlessly touring his own shows and as a result has built an army of fans throughout the world. His appearances regularly break box office records, and Noble has been the official 'best selling show' at both the Edinburgh and Melbourne International Comedy Festivals, on more than one occasion.
Ross has recently finished his third successive season in London's West End, with a month long season at The Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave.
In February 2004 BBC2 showed an hour long film of Ross performing live from his season at The Garrick Theatre, London. An extended version of this show was released on dvd in October 2004.
Ross has also been seen as guest on a variety of other TV shows including (in Australia) Channel Ten's 'Rove' and 'The Panel', ABC's 'The Glasshouse', and (in the UK) on BBC's 'Friday Night With Jonathan Ross' and 'Jack Dee Live At The Apollo.' He has also made three appearances on BBC 1's 'Have I Got News For You' and makes regular contributions to BBC Radio 4's 'Just a Minute' and has twice appeared on 'I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue.' Ross' worldwide travels as a stand-up have been the subject of his own BBC Radio 4 series 'Ross Noble Goes Global'.